Hyundai Alcazar 3-Row SUV: Top 5 Highlights
- The Hyundai Alcazar is the 3-row version of the Creta
- The Alcazar comes with a host of smart and premium features
- The Alcazar is offered with petrol and diesel engine options
The Hyundai Alcazar is part of a new segment of three-row SUVs that are gaining a lot of popularity in India. These are mid-sized models based on compact 5-seater SUVs, and in this case, the Alcazar is based on the Creta. Hyundai is currently selling around 2,500 to 3,000 units of the SUV in a month, which makes it one of the best-selling models in this space, which also includes the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus, and Mahindra XUV700. So, if you too are considering the Hyundai Alcazar, here are five key highlights about the SUV you should know.
1. The Hyundai Alcazar is based on the Creta, so you do get similar styling, however, it is longer than its 5-seater sibling by nearly 200 mm, taller by 40 mm and comes with a 150 mm longer wheelbase as well. Plus, you get larger 18-inch alloy wheels as well.
2. The Hyundai Alcazar also gets a host of premium features like - LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, side-step, different LED taillights, and there's also a twin-tipped exhaust system.
3. On the inside, the SUV gets premium dual-tone cognac brown interiors, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with BlueLink connectivity, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 7-inch instrument cluster, blind view monitor, 64 colours ambient lighting, voice-enabled smart panoramic sunroof, multi-drive mode, steering mounted controls, and more. Also, you get both 6- and 7-seater cabin layout options.
4. The SUV comes loaded with several first-in-class features, which includes a 10.25-inch multi-display instrument cluster, Bose premium sound system with 8 speakers, air purifier with AQI display, front row sliding sun visor, side footstep, rear window sunshade and front row seatback table with retractable cup holder and IT devise holder.
5. The Hyundai Alcazar SUV comes in both petrol and diesel engines. The petrol engine is a 2.0-litre unit churning out 157 bhp and 191 Nm of torque. The oil burner, on the other hand, is a 1.5-litre unit that is capable of pushing out 113 bhp and 250 Nm of peak torque. Both engines will be offered with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission.